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An Assessment of the NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS AND TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS: Fiscal Year 1994
Ralph Z. Roskies, University of Pittsburgh, Chair
Daniel L. Solomon, North Carolina State University, Vice Chair
Marc A. Berger, Georgia Institute of Technology
Mary Ellen Bock, Purdue University
Allen L. Brown, Jr., Xerox Corporation
Pamela G. Doctor, Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories
Avner Friedman, University of Minnesota
Dieter Fuss, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Carl M. Harris, George Mason University
Samuel P. Marin, General Motors Research and Development Center
Andrew M. Odlyzko, AT&T Bell Laboratories
Robert E. O'Malley, Jr., University of Washington
Jerome Sacks, Director, National Institute of Statistical Sciences
David F. Shanno, Rutgers University
Norman K. Sondheimer, General Electric Corporate Research and Development
Ivar Stakgold, University of Delaware
Robert G. Voigt, National Science Foundation
Submitted for the panel by its Chair, Ralph Z. Roskies, this assessment of the fiscal year 1994 technical activities of the Computing and Applied Mathematics Laboratory (CAML) is based on a site visit and review of the laboratory's programs by the panel on May 2-4, 1994, and on the 1994 annual reports of the laboratory and its constituent divisions.
NOTE: The panel notes that it assessed CAML strategy and programs for fiscal year 1994 in the context of CAML's current mission. The panel was advised at the time of the program reviews that CAML was to be merged with the Computer Systems Laboratory to form the Information Technology Laboratory but was not briefed on the details of the merger.